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Minnesota American Indian Bar Association
Save the Date
Tuesday, November 3, 2015, 4:30-7:00 PM
MAIBA will be co-hosting an extraordinary outreach event with the United States District Court, District of Minnesota and FBA-MN focusing on Indian treaty rights. As part of the event, the Why Treaties Matter Exhibit will be on display at the U.S. Courthouse in Minneapolis for two weeks in November. MAIBA will be co-hosting a kickoff reception on November 3, 2015 in the atrium of the U.S. Courthouse in Minneapolis for the outreach event. The Honorable Diane Humetewa (Hopi), the first Native American women appointed to an Article III Judgeship and the first enrolled tribal member to serve as a United States District Court Judge will be providing the keynote address at the kickoff reception. We hope to see you at the event. Miigwech and have a good day.
Public Reception to Kick Off Why Treaties Matter Outreach Event
Tuesday, November 3, 2015, 4:30-7:00 pm
U.S. Courthouse, Minneapolis
300 South Fourth St.
Minneapolis, MN 55415
|AMERICAN INDIAN LAW SECTION OF THE STATE BAR OF MICHIGAN
Annual Business Meeting & Program
This event is offered in conjunction with the Bar’s Annual Meeting
Date: Thursday, September 18, 2014
Michigan v. Bay Mills
2014 Tecumseh Peacekeeping Award recipient: Assistant United States Attorney Jeff J. Davis
Here are material to supplement today’s MSB American Indian Law Section program on the Indian Child Welfare Act:
ILPC Occasional Paper 2009-04 The Origins of the Indian Child Welfare Act: A Survey of the Legislative History (or here)
ILPC Occasional Paper 2009-05 The Indian Child Welfare Act: A Case Update (August 2008-August 2009) (or here)